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George Blair (1874- )

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George Blair B.Sc., Assoc. M.Inst.C.E., Mechanical and Electrical Engineer,

1874 Born

Apprenticed with James Bennie and Sons, Glasgow.

Educated at Glasgow Royal Technical College and University of Glasgow.

Assistant Professor of Prime Movers, Glasgow Technical College

Works Manager, Barr and Stroud, Glasgow

Works Manager, New Arrol-Johnston Car Co., Ltd.,. Paisley

Consulting Engineer and Lecturer on Engineering, Liverpool

Controller of Production, Singer Manufacturing Co., Ltd., Singer, Clydebank.

WWI In charge of production of aeroplanes and other munitions at works of Singer Manufacturing Co., Clydebank

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